[CM] Learn Scheme For Max with S7 e-book up

Iain Duncan iainduncanlists at gmail.com
Wed Mar 24 15:38:15 PDT 2021

Yeah the etienne one looks a lot like Scheme For Max in its very early
prototypes. It will be helpful as a porting reference though. I anticipate
the Pd version being a lot easier to do, from what I've read so far. It
will come out a little less full featured, but there won't be any of the
high and low priority thread protection to deal with. I need to get through
the next 3 weeks of this semester's deliverables first, but I'm looking
forward to laying into it after that!

It's going to be wicked cool for sequencing eurorack modular synths from
little Pd running computer-on-a-module devices like the Bela Pepper. :-)


On Wed, Mar 24, 2021 at 2:35 PM Forrest Curo <treegestalt at gmail.com> wrote:

> There's also an old pd scheme extension that created external objects like
> a normal pd object running scheme code rather than c. As far as I can tell,
> after a few days of bewildered frustration, it's kaput (?) -- but the idea
> was nice.
> The etienne-p/Pd-Scheme does work, but it's (so-far) limited to three
> possible inputs:
> load -- takes a complete-path filename, loads the file, defines all the
> '(define (blah) (whatever)) functions in it
> bang -- does whatever function (from the last loaded file?) provided  for
> (bang)
> and
> call -- applies a function from a previously loaded file.
> There's no explicit way to have an arbitrary message evaluated as s7 code.
> Maybe put it in a [text], save the contents to a file, load the file?
> And the only output is to a function called (outlet). Ways to add a 'send'
> function?
> On Wed, Mar 24, 2021 at 1:51 PM <bil at ccrma.stanford.edu> wrote:
>> Darn it!  I meant to send that (as a joke!) to Iain.  It looks
>> like the mailer made a hash of it.
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